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Tall Oaks from Little Acorns Grow

Class 2

Welcome to Class 2!

 

This half term our project is called 'Paws, Claws and Whiskers.' Children will be learning about animals, where they live and what they eat.

Week Seven- 15th October

 

The spellings for this week are:

five

nine

kite

home

note

are

 

Penny Wars  

 

From Monday 15th we are starting Penny Wars! This is a competition throughout school to see which class can fill their container first. The money is going towards the defibrillator that we are fundraising for. We need to fill our container with 1p and 2p coins which will give us 1 or 2 points. However we can be sabotaged and if a 5p or 10p is placed in our container then we will use 5 or 10 points. So please get as many 1p and 2p coins as you can and lets see if Class 2 can fill their container first and win!

Week Six- 8th October

 

The spellings for this week are:

lay

play

enjoy

take

cake

says

Week Five- 1st October

 

Spellings

 

The spellings for this week (week beginning 1st October) are:

sail

pain

coin

foil

these

today

 

Reading

 

Well done to all the children who achieved the reading challenge last week and got a fab five sticker for their reading. The expectation is that children read at least four times a week. The total number of reads for this term is 50 in order to achieve the reading challenge. Any support that you can give your child with their reading is greatly appreciated.

Attendance

 

Last week we had 100% attendance which means that we get the attendance trophy for the week and the children also get some sweets. The whole class were very excited and proud that we have achieved 100%.

 

Butterfly Hunt

 

Year One went to the outdoor classroom and completed a butterfly hunt. There were a variety of butterflies hidden in the trees. We found the brightly coloured butterflies much easier than the darker butterflies. We talked about camouflage and we found out that this means that animals match to their surroundings. The camouflaged animals are less likely to be eaten by predators.

 

Spellings

 

The spellings for this week (week beginning 24th) are:

say

hay

joy

came

bake

to

Children will come home with the look, cover, write spelling sheet. Please practise the spellings with your child ready for Friday 28th.

Our trip to Jungle Zoo

Our trip to Jungle Zoo 1 Parrot
Our trip to Jungle Zoo 2 Tortoise
Our trip to Jungle Zoo 3 Toucan
Our trip to Jungle Zoo 4 Monkey
Our trip to Jungle Zoo 5 Meerkats
Our trip to Jungle Zoo 6 Goat
Our trip to Jungle Zoo 7 Pig
Our trip to Jungle Zoo 8 Armadillo
Our trip to Jungle Zoo 9 Crocodile
Our trip to Jungle Zoo 10 Terrapins
On Friday 7th September, we went on a trip to Jungle Zoo, Cleethorpes. The children really enjoyed our trip and got to see lots of different animals. The lady who showed us around told us lots of interesting facts about the animals- including what they eat and where they live. The children also got the chance to ask any questions that they had.
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Children got the opportunity to feel some different animals too. They touched a tortoise called Molly (who is actually a male tortoise), a lizard, a snake and a millipede.

Spellings

 

Here are the spellings for the week beginning Monday 17th September. Children will come home with a look, cover and write sheet so that they can practise the spellings ready for the spelling lesson on a Friday.

 

The spellings are:

rain

laid

oil

boil

even

a

Home Learning Ideas

Here are the home learning ideas for this half term. Please complete two pieces of homework by Friday 19th October.

PE days

 

PE days for our class are Monday and Tuesday.

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